Yoga is the union of body, mind, and spirit.....but only when you commit to your practice do these words become a reality.
Although Yoga is not simply a form of exercise but an extremely important agent of transformation, its physical benefits are innumerable.
- When looking for a slim toned body, we find a calm, clear mind.
- In searching for strength and stamina we find increased determination and concentration.
- Craving to be free from back pain, we find freedom from compulsive anxiety.
- Seeking relief from arthritis we find unlimited reserves of physical and mental energy.
- In trying to release tight shoulders and a stiff neck we understand our compulsive clinging to tension and stress.
As a form of exercise it is has endless options, and unlike most other forms of exercise it offer the full-range of benefits-not only developing flexibility but also strength, stamina, and vitality, working on not only the muscles but also joints, internal organs, connective tissues.
Our Whole Body Awareness Yoga Teacher Training is based on the understanding that our natural state of health is a unified mind and body. We focus our full awareness and attention on each part of the posture, the preparation, the application and the completion. From the time we step on our yoga mat we bring a mindfulness to each movement, focusing on activating our senses and body awareness. When we start to fully understand what the body needs, only then can we transition into our optimum health, physically, mentally and spiritually.
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Yoga cleanses and purifies the body of all its stored toxins, with its controlled mindful movement, therefore is the perfect fitness tool. But if you rest at this point, your practice becomes empty and resting in the ego mind. Yoga is not simply a physical practice. But by really feeling the movement of the body, you can recaliberated, harmonized, revitalized, and reach its functional peak, unreachable by any other physical movement.
To practice Yoga in the deepest sense is to commit to developing awareness by observing our lives, our thoughts, our words and our actions.
You don't have to be super flexible to be a Yoga Teacher.......If you live your individual Yoga practice with authenticity and commitment, then you can teach Yoga, ....I am here to help you practice and teach with Compassion and Confidence